Cinda Montgomery of Conway is the proprietor of local retail store Yours Truly Consignment, Inc. Having been in business for 15 years, Yours Truly remains a popular destination for area shoppers.

Cinda is married to Greg Montgomery and has three children: Jordan, Logan, and Makenzie Ehren. The family enjoys living in Conway, stating, “I love that Conway is a growing community and has been a great place to start our business. We have so many friends here and an amazing church family at Second Baptist Church.”

ALL GROWN UP

Though Lauren Fulmer of Conway is 15 years old, her bedroom exudes a mid-century elegance. She and her mother, Stacy desired an update that would provide a more mature, soothing place for Lauren to spend her time.

Baby’s first birthday is an once-in-a-lifetime affair, and as parents, we all want to make it a memorable one. I plan and design events for a living, but this one is by far the most special one yet! Here are my tips for throwing a fabulous birthday party:

1 To Theme or Not to Theme
For my daughter Stella’s first birthday party, I knew I didn’t necessarily want a theme (because I’m sure I’ll be doing princess parties soon enough) so I decided to make it girly, pretty and enhance it with lots of flowers.

2 Invitations = Color Scheme

Mediterranean Stuffed Chicken
4 skinless, boneless chicken breast-
Halves-pounded thin
4 ounces cream cheese, softened
1/3 cup feta cheese
1 teaspoon garlic powder
2 teaspoons dried dill weed
2 tablespoons melted butter
Salt and pepper to taste

As a licensed aesthetician I am constantly looking and trying new products. I recently found an amazing new mascara that literally acts like lash extensions! I will never use regular mascara again. I wanted long luscious lashes without spending an hour or more a week in the salon getting glue on extensions. And this product delivers. Read on to learn more.

Would you describe your life as busy? I think many of us would answer “yes” to this question. Let’s face it. We live in a day and age where busyness is expected and even applauded. As women, we are required to multi-task daily in order to balance home, work, church, social, and civic duties. As a result, it is not uncommon for us to fall into the trap of simply trying to survive. When this occurs, we find ourselves barely completing one task before we have to move on to the next task.

After a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spend hours in the hot kitchen. Instead of resorting to picking up fast food or ordering pizza, with just a little preparation you can prepare healthy homemade meals for your family even when you are short on time and energy.

3:00 in the afternoon - that was always the hardest. My boys were 6 months & 3 years. We had moved to a new town, no family, few friends. By 7:30 every morning my hubby left the house headed to Clinton or Marshall, AR for work. I stayed home in Conway with those precious babies...all day...by myself. 3:00 was the reckoning hour for me, when we were in the thick of it. My energy was usually depleted by that time of day & the clock was ticking in warp speed toward 5:30 when the hubs would be home. Of course I would’ve gotten “nothing” accomplished. Or so I thought.

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